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      Squier Cyclone Electric Guitar (H77032)
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It's the guitar you've been wanting, for a price that's easy. Now with more finish options.

It’s a value priced version of one of Fender’s newest designs. Like the Fender version, it offers the best of both worlds: a combination of classic design and modern features. With a 24-3/4" scale length, a small, contoured body, vintage-style tremolo, and a single coil/humbucker pickup configuration, this is a great instrument for any player or musical style. Alder body. Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. Medium jumbo frets.

Squier Cyclone Electric Guitar Features:

  • Alder body
    Maple neck
    24-3/4" scale
    Rosewood fingerboard
    22 medium-jumbo frets
    Single-coil neck pickup
    Humbucker bridge pickup
    Master tone, master volume
    3-way pickup switch
    Synchronized tremolo




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  • absolutely killer

    As reviewed by Alex Rosenthal on 10/2/2012

    So......... somewhat embarrassing but after a billion years playing the guitar, I just learned the importance of the scale of the fretboard. For any beginners, this is important info!!! I am 5'7" and have small hands and short fingers (and NO that doesnt mean anything else!! lol). For years, I've played strat type guitars. Eventually got a PRS. Recently played a Les Paul (yes, I had played one many times before but never was really paying attention to fretboard scale - I had no clue there was a difference between manufacturers - I thought just the contour and radius of the neck were different.) Anyway, I recently went to GC in atlanta where I always go and told Justin my new realization and desire to explore different scale lengths. He plopped a Les Paul JR. in my hands with what is evidently known as a 60's slim taper neck. OMG! my hands loved that!! Off I went investigating scale lengths. Fender makes a few models with shorter scale lengths but the majority of their guitars by far have 25.5" scale length. This cyclone guitar is a 24.75" scale length which is more like Gibson Les Pauls. So, if you have a smaller hand, just the neck alone will feel a billion times better. The contour of the neck is excellent too - not too flat like a shredder but just right. Everything else about this guitar absolutely kicks ass. I am actually stunned at what you get for the price. I got the black one and although am not a huge fan of black guitars, this one is absolutely awesome. I figured I could return it if there was something I didnt like. (I DID have to sand the back of the neck with the super fine grit sanding sponge type of thing. took me about 170 seconds - seriously. I just lowered the action a bit too. All in all, I honestly dont see a reason to change anything at all. Everything else is fantastic. Build quality appears to be excellent. Some of the fret ends are a tad sharp but not enough to bother me yet, I will eventually file them down a smidge but a file kit will cost you under $10 (you should have one anyway). I ordered a blue one too cuz that color looks so awesome (back ordered and costs more than the other colors). Amazing bang for the buck. One more note for edumacation purposes. PRS guitars have a 25" scale length which is in between Gibson and most fenders (keeping in mind Fender makes a 24" scale - jaguar I think but most fenders are 25.5"). Anyway, The PRS feels great and was what I played on stage when I was playing pro. NOW I know why it was easier for me to play! DUHHHH..... seriously - played for decades and I never knew this - and not nearly as dumb as I look but nobody teaches you this stuff!! (I was more focused on amps and tubes and speakers and effects oh my) Ergo, the discussion of scale length in this review. Bottom line = how the HELL do they make this guitar for that price?

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Can't beat the price

    As reviewed by Mark Hunter on 12/29/2011

    First off, this is a really well built and balanced guitar. The Tremolo isn't the typical cheap Squier part, it's as solid as the MIM. The fret board out of the box felt good, with a few minor adjustments felt great. The pickups are also decent, with no major complaints. The knobs are classy, the finish is top-notch, machine heads need replaced as usual with any squier. Second, the sound was equally surprising, the tone knobs actually change the tone, and the volume knob works great with any tube amp. Solid sound all around. Overall, I'm very impressed with this guitar. I work on hundreds of Squiers a year, and haven't owned one myself until the cyclone.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Impressed!!!

    As reviewed by Matthew Strickland on 6/25/2013

    I received my Lake Placid Blue Cyclone last week, and I would have to say I'm pretty impressed by this little guitar. Bought it as a guitar I could learn how to setup without caring if I accidentally messed it up, but it didnt really need a setup. The action was a little high but not unplayable. The intonation was dead on. The frets weren't sharp and don't appear to need filing. The only thing that was the tremolo was setup to lie flat like a hardtail so I'll change it back to floating. The finish is beautiful and the stock photo isn't even close to it's true color. Use google images to find a better pictures of the colors. The back of the neck is sort of an ugly pale color though, but I will get some amber neck tint to darken it up. The neck is lightning fast and smooth. It sounds very typically Fender to me (I have 3 American Strats and a Jazzmaster). The stock pickups aren't awesome but are better than I expected. It's definetly doesn't weigh as much as a strat. Basically its an upgraded Mustang without the things I hate about Mustangs (basswood or poplar body, mustang tremolo, large cbs headstock, slider switches that gash fingers). Its a really neat guitar at a great value, that was a special factory run for for GC and MF. So once it's gone it may never be back...

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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